Microsoft Simplifies Upgrades To Window 10

Microsoft has simplified the Windows 10 upgrade process and options for easily rolling back to your old OS if you’re not happy. Here are the details.

In a recent blog post, Microsoft explained the changes it has made to the Windows 10 upgrade process. Among the improvements they’ve made, as well as the rollback option, are a streamlining of the reservation and installation process, clearer notifications in the Task Bar and an updated Media Creation Tool is coming as well.

Microsoft says the improvements they’ve made are a result of the feedback they’ve received from users.

Microsoft will also be publishing Windows 10 as an “Optional Update” in Windows Update for all Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers later down the track. By early next year, the company is expected to be re-categorising Windows 10 as a “Recommended Update”.

Making it Easier to Upgrade to Windows 10 [Window Blog]

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